Project Cloak from Adobe is a prototype video editing tool that can remove still or even moving objects without frame-by-frame editing. It’s like Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill tool for video sequences. Klingons would love this!
Here’s a cool demo:
I just received this great message on LinkedIn:
“Hi Bob, I finished your Excel 2010 Essential Training 10 days ago, and it was awesome! Thank you so much for the great content, wonderful explanations and teaching style! Now I make reports that stand out, and it is your merit.”
I love getting messages like these!
Polly want a clipart? Google just released a library of open source 3D objects for #VR. Hooks to 3rd-party apps are coming.
When you want to share an image on social media — probably a reduced-size version of the image — you can do it in just two clicks using the 2018 version of Photoshop, which was just released.
Just click the Quick Share button in the upper-right corner of the window:
A Chinese satellite demonstrated the world’s first intercontinental quantum communication. It was a video conference that used entangled photons. In the race for quantum computing, China is way ahead in transmission speed.